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CBS
Dec 3, 2013 6:00pm EST
on the future. >> this is bruce johnson at 7th and o where the mayor held a press conference, his first since announcing his reelection bid and the mayor did not want to talk about the 2010 campaign. >> can you go any further than you've already gone other than saying you did nothing wrong? can you tell us when you found out? >> people get in a campaign because they want to. people get in the campaign because they want to be the mayor of the district of columbia. they aught to articulate a vision for the district of columbia. >> four people from that campaign have taken felony guilty pleas for corrupt activities. federal prosecutors are not accused gray and the mayor denied any wrong doing, but with no further explanation of how his last campaign went off the tracks. >> i intend to talk about the future of this city. >> the city market development in the shah neighborhoods, all to highlight new projects that he says have brought more than 17,000 jobs to the city. bruce johnson, wusa9. >> and coming your way in a minute, why you could soon be using a tablet to place your order, maybe ev
CBS
Dec 4, 2013 6:00pm EST
in the district. wal-mart opened two stores and bruce johnson reports the stores bring jobs, shopping bargains, and some controversy to the city. >> reporter: many of the employees at wal-mart's georgia avenue store were excited about their newest and by far biggest business. >> it's fabulous. >> and we don't have to go all the way to maryland to get our groceries and products now. >> reporter: wal-mart says 23,000 amly cants applied for jobs at georgia avenue and the h. street stores, 600 people have been hired. we learned at midday today that company policy would not let us talk to employees at random. can't talk to employees unless what? >> you can have a media representative. >> reporter: in private conversation at georgia avenue we found an army veteran a former nursing home employee, and a wal-mart transfer. board council member bowser on who got jobs. >> we understand there's about 70% d.c. residents, front line employees and management employees and coming from veryless by. >> reporter: approved an interview with the pharmacist. a five year wal-mart employee at howard university gradua
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